Actress Letitia Wright thinks it's only a matter of time before Marvel announces a movie starring superheroines.
Endgame It was released in 2019 and the film that ended the Infinity saga had many memorable moments. Among them a particular scene that brought together all Marvel superheroinesexcept the Black Widow, to protect the Infinity Gauntlet. It was certainly a nod to the comic book series A-Force, but many hope that in the future it will be more than that. Marvel doesn't seem willing to end its cinematic universe anytime soon and everything can happen. Now one of the actresses who took part in the scene confirms an A-Force movie is getting closer.
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In an interview with Yahoo! Letitia wright talked about the chances that Marvel studios develop a movie starring only women. The actress who gives life to Shuri trust that this type of project is already being considered by the study and that actresses don't have to keep fighting for it to be a reality. “I don't think it's something we have to fight for. Victoria Alonso really wants to do it. Just like Kevin Feige. It's only a matter of time before they do. "
As Letitia Wright would confirm, the studio's executive producers are interested in doing so and the movie could come sooner rather than later. The named scene was a quite controversial moment among Marvel fans. While some considered it a memorable scene others criticized that He was forced and just a publicity stunt. And the truth is that until Marvel does not commit to creating a project starring women, the scene will continue to feel out of place in the film.
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For her part, Letitia Wright went further and ventured to name other MCU women you'd like to team up with. “With all of them, with Danai (Okoye), Nakia, Angela Basset can also participate, Tessa Thompson (Valkyrie). All of us. We definitely have to have Captain Marvel "
After the tragic passing of Chadwick boseman, many have theorized that Letitia wright I would take over and be the new Black panther. Although this already happens in the comics, the actress has not wanted to comment on the subject and already commented on the difficulty of making Black Panther 2 without Boseman. But Wright has taken a moment to share what it means to her to play Shuri. “It has always been a dream for me to play someone who can have a great impact for black women but also for women around the world. And for young people too. Being able to have a combination of people and audience members who were excited and appreciated Shuri was a good feeling. I feel like I have contributed something positive to the world. "
The potential is there. Over the past few years Marvel has endeavored to give greater relevance to its female characters. And although it seems that there is still much to get a film with a female group could reach our screens in the coming years. Which Marvel superheroes would you like to see reunited in an A-Force movie?
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